integration with all other Australian Hardware management systems, operations and corporate culture ● to advertise and demonstrate Australian Hardware’s commitment to WHS 2) Analysis: Draw chart INCIDEN T TOTAL NUMBERS FAI 4 MTI 5 LTI 14 NMI 4 LTIFR 2 IR 0 Illustration of Australian Hardware national WHS data from Bar Graph FAI MTI LTI NMI LTIFR IR 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 TOTAL INCIDENTS According to the Australian Hardware national WHS data is illustrated in bar chart. X -axis represents different type of incidents in workplace whereas Y-axis represents number of incidents in the workplace. Maximum incident is LTI whereas minimum is LTIFR. © Sydney City College of Management Pty Ltd RTO: 45203 CRICOS: 03620C Date Revision date Version Page 5 of 18 File Name: BSBWHS501 Nov 2018 Nov 2019 1.1
BSBWHS521- Ensure a safe workplace for a work areas 3)The Work Health and Safety (WHS) Policy It outlines our WHS obligations to people who interact with us. Purpose The purpose of this policy is to ensure that work is carried out safely in accordance with Australian Hardware’s ethical and legal obligations to provide and maintain a safe workplace. Australian Hardware recognises its responsibility to provide a healthy and safe working environment for employees, contractors, clients and visitors. Australian Hardware is committed to the continued wellbeing of its employees and to ensuring that all employees are safe from injury and health risks while undertaking work-related duties, including home-based work. Scope The scope of this policy covers all employees and contractors of Australian Hardware – nationally. © Sydney City College of Management Pty Ltd RTO: 45203 CRICOS: 03620C Date Revision date Version Page 6 of 18 File Name: BSBWHS501 Nov 2018 Nov 2019 1.1
BSBWHS521- Ensure a safe workplace for a work areas Responsibility Responsibility for the implementation of this policy rests with employees and management of Australian Hardware with responsibility for providing a safe place of work. Management at the Wollongong Store are responsible for: ● consultation with employees regarding health and safety and changes to legislation and/or working practices which may affect the workplace ● providing and maintaining a safe and healthy environment for work ● providing support, training, and supervision to employees to ensure a safe and healthy workplace ● the provision of adequate resources for employees to meet health and safety management system targets. Individual employees are responsible for: ● following all workplace health and safety policies and procedures ● ensuring that they report all potential and actual risks to managers/supervisors ● taking care to protect their own health and safety and that of their colleagues at work ● ensuring that their own, or others’, health and safety is not adversely affected by the consumption of drugs or alcohol ● encouraging others to follow healthy and safe working practices in the workplace.
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